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Correct spellings for POESS

  • pass That this feeling would pass. So i went to take my turn before the class. – Mrs. Remington by Unknown Author
  • peso
  • poe In his reading he had ranged through the poe ts of all ages, and he had assimilated a mighty variety of emotions, and we may see how his form shows the influence now of one poe t, now another-Milton, Cowley, Shelley, Hood, Poe , and Rossetti-yet each influence, as it came upon him, was passed through the crucible of his own defined temperament, and the resultant is wholly his own, a creature which speaks of half-suppressed emotion, yet fantastically rich in phrase, rhythm, and image.
  • poesy "I sat one evening sunk in dreams of bliss, A maid of seven years old gave me a kiss, I at that time was rich in poesy And tales of old, though poor as poor could be; But all she asked for was this poesy .
  • poetess Her words rose into real eloquence in speaking of those bright days; she seemed like an inspired poetess .
  • poise The elder boy was eight, with his mother's fair hair, blue eyes, and fine features, and the same suggestion of race in the narrow high brow, the upward poise of the head.
  • pose Falling into a pose , he turned the box this way and that, as though the opening of it were a supreme thing which a little delay would materially add to.
  • posed Sophia was fairly posed ; she had been on a false scent evidently, and yet she was sure there was something.
  • poser The poser is triumphant, because the critic is tacitly appealing to the normal standard of probabilities in our own day.
  • poseur No, he isn't, said Father Payne, that's the worst of it-but he is a frantic poseur .
  • posse There is as little need gentlemen, in calling in the aid of a posse -comitatus for a sensible man to keep his household in order, as that a discreet trader should go whistling through the public markets, with the history of his operations.
  • possess He questions nothing, desires nothing, save to possess her.
  • posy She wus very fair and pale, you would think at first; but, when you would come to look closer, you would see there was nothing sickly in her complexion, only it was very white and smooth,-a good deal like the pure white leaves of the posy Sweet Cicely.
  • press One of our number must press on; two of us must remain behind.
  • ps 5, under whom there is "no end to the increase of government and of peace," refers to the Peaceful One, to whom the nations render obedience, will not be doubted by those who have recognised the connection in which Solomon and Ps .
  • puss It was shortly after this that Stephen paid his last visit for many a long day upon Miss Puss Russell.
  • Peas So home to dinner, and had an excellent Good Friday dinner of peas porridge and apple pye.
  • Poss
  • Piers
  • popes It was exactly the reverse of a change which can be seen at Rome, where the popes have removed the head of the Emperor Aurelius, and turned him into St. Peter, on the column in the Corso.
  • poses
  • peons
  • pores
  • pews
  • poets Receive me, sire, as an ambassador from the realm of poets , whose crown you wear with so much grace and dignity."
  • poles
  • peers
  • pokes The watchman was still enjoying the balmy, and snoring in short, sharp snorts, when Master Hubert remorselessly caught him by the shoulder, and began a series of shakes and pokes , and digs, and "hallos!"
  • posers
  • pours
  • OPES
  • PEES
  • PIES
  • POOS
  • poises
  • posses
  • pones
  • poohs
  • cobweblike

19 words made from the letters POESS